Log In / Register

Dashboard

Continue with…

New Search X

Properties

Found 6 blog entries about Properties.

Formerly reserved for those traveling on a budget, Airbnb is now accommodating folks seeking high-end travel experiences as well. The company recently announced its new tier for travelers seeking the ultimate in luxury, Airbnb Luxe, and listed 2,000 new properties that were culled from the Luxury Retreats site that the company acquired in 2017. 

If you’ve been following Airbnb's moves in recent years, then you know that it introduced a similar tier of properties in 2018 called Airbnb Plus, but Airbnb Luxe takes it to the next level. For example, listings on Airbnb Plus must pass a 100-point inspection and average $150 per night. To be listed on Airbnb Luxe, however, the property must meet a 300-point inspection in addition to offering a dedicated trip

221 Views, 0 Comments

Work demands, family responsibilities, and incessant alerts from digital devices can take a serious toll on our daily happiness and peace of mind. Fortunately, taking just a little time for yourself can be enough to totally recharge and revive your spirit, ambition, and clarity, especially if that time includes a super awesome treehouse.

If you’re like so many of us who feel overwhelmed by the chaos of everyday life, or you simply have hankering for an adventure, then consider taking refuge in one of these amazing treehouse retreats on AirBnB. They combine the wonders and curiosities of childhood with all of the modern amenities you need to feel comfortable, making them the perfect way to connect with your inner-child and let go of any stresses

315 Views, 0 Comments

Source: artsandcraftshomes.com

Nestled in Pasadena, California, Bungalow Heaven is an idyllic, century-old neighborhood that received its name for the more than 800 bungalow homes it hosts. Most of the homes it features were built between 1905 and 1925 when people in the U.S. were moving away from fanciful Victorian architecture in favor of the more affordable and practical homes offered by the Arts and Crafts Movement.

Single Story Bungalow in Bungalow Heaven Pasadena
Source: latimes.com

California’s warm climate and economic potential led many Americans to make their way west where they could purchase brand new bungalow homes for $2,500, or less if they opted to build it themselves from one of the many available kits. One of the makers of bungalow build kits, Ready-Cut Bungalow Company,

452 Views, 0 Comments

Julius Shulman photographing Case Study House no. 22, West Hollywood, 1960. Julius Shulman photography archive. The Getty Research Institute, 2004.R.10 // Image Source: casualoptimist.wordpress.com

Julius Shulman is among the most iconic architectural photographers to date. Born in Brooklyn and raised in Los Angeles, Shulman attended UCLA and University of California - Berkeley where he honed his photography skills and earned extra money by selling his photographs to fellow students.

In 1936, Shulman was enlisted by a friend to work for architect, Richard Neutra. When Shulman showed Neutra one of his photographs of the Neutra-designed Kun Residence in LA, Neutra recruited him to take more architectural photos, ultimately launching Shulman’s career.

966 Views, 0 Comments

Photograph by Cliff May; Cliff May Collection, Architecture and Design Collection, University of California, Santa Barbara © UC Regents // Source: http://www.pacificstandardtime.org

The resurgence of the Ranch style can be attributed to two kinds of people: young professionals who saw a stylish home they could afford, and retirees who adored the open layout and single story living. No wonder in the late 90s, a forgotten and almost stepchild neighborhood of Long Beach saw a revitalization like never before: The Cliff May Rancho's of Lakewood Rancho Estates suddenly became the hot place to buy. And, with its unique style and accessibility, it continues to be a highly sought-after neighborhood today. 

A Brief History of "The Rancho's"

Designed in

610 Views, 0 Comments

The Ranch

AKA: American ranch, California ranch, the rambler, the rancher

You know a Ranch style home when you see it: low to the ground, open layout. It feels a little like it belongs post-war and a little like you’re in a western. It looks both secluded, laid back and ready for a party. Its origin can be traced to Spanish colonial architecture in the 17th to 19th century, with the single stories, large porches, and U-shaped floor plans common to the Southwestern United States. The simplicity of the ranch home led to a revival in the late 1990s, primarily as younger buyers saw that they could afford a lovely home in then-neglected neighborhoods like Lakewood in Long Beach, or aging populations wanted an easy to navigate home with few or no stairs

1,239 Views, 0 Comments